I have already attended Oregon Institute of Technology, but I found that the town wasn't a good fit for me. Also I understand that they have a non-traditional degree pathway that incorporates more technology courses throughout the first/second year. If I tried to transfer to OIT with my AAOT degree, I don't think I would be prepared for what would be thrown at me, and it could extend my schedule past the typical 4 years.
My parents have recommended Eastern Oregon University, but I have read some disappointing statistics regarding it. Instead I have been looking primarily at Oregon State University and the University of Oregon. I am open to some tailored suggestions though, if anybody has any ideas or personal experience that would help me find a good match.
This post has been edited by BurntVandal: 27 March 2011 - 07:06 PM